Try 3 For Free Wine Tasting - Hearty French Red Wines

Try 3 For Free Wine Tasting - Hearty French Red Wines

Try 3 For Free Wine Tasting this Saturday showcasing some full bodied and hearty French red wines. Saturday, December 3rd from 2-5pm.

If you are a fan of full bodied, rich, and earthy red wines, you should be drinking French reds! We’ll give you a chance this Saturday to try before you buy 3 perfect options. We’ll start with a richly fruited, spicy, Syrah-driven blend from Minervois before we pour you our new Wine of the Week, a dazzling Chateauneuf du Pape lookalike from the Southern Rhone. To finish, you’ll get to try a super classy and refined Bordeaux from the Left Bank. Drop in, taste, learn, and save big on all of the tasting wines this Saturday at Table Wine.

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The Wines
Save big on all of the tasting wines! Mix any 3 of them and save 10%, mix any 6 and save 15%, or mix any 12 and save 20%!

1. 2014 Chateau Massiac Minervois “Cuvee Sentinelle” (Languedoc, France) – One of the great red wine values of Southern France, Chateau Massiac’s Cuvee Sentinelle is a blend of Syrah and Carignan. Ripe, open knit, and packed with plummy dark fruit, spice, and smoky mineral notes, it is ideal for consuming solo or with roasted meats, stews, or chili.

2. 2012 Chateau Valcombe Ventoux Rouge “Epicure” (Southern Rhone, France) – As the “Epicure” in the name suggests, this is the perfect lamb or beef stew wine! It’s our new Wine of the Week, and this blend of Grenache, Syrah, and Carignan from old vineyards in the Ventoux region tastes like Chateauneuf du Pape but costs a fraction of the price. Robust and hearty, it offers up notes of ripe dark fruit, kirsch, peppery spice, and Provencal herbs. Yum!

3. 2012 Chateau Aney Haut-Medoc (Bordeaux, France) – Château Aney was built in 1850 by the family that gave it its name, and today, their holdings are located between Margaux and Saint Julien on the Left Bank of Bordeaux. A blend of 65% Cabernet Sauvignon and 25% Merlot with bits of Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot, the wine sees 12 months of aging in French oak. Classically styled with notes of dark currant, crisp black cherry, earth and spice box, this is the wine to serve with your Christmas standing rib roast.